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Old February 7th, 2009 #61
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Just pointing to an example of confirmation bias - the tendency to look for evidence which supports your view, rather than looking at the evidence, then forming a view.
Shouldn't the default hypothesis be based on the Jews' own mantra of diversity? If the Ivy League is so desperate to have black and Hispanic students and faculty in line with their proportions of the population, shouldn't Jews be similarly represented? That would be about 2.3%. This thread shows how far that is from the truth.

Here is how a Jew law professor (albeit from a lesser school) deliberately manipulated affirmative action policy to advantage Jews at the expense of whites:

Who's to Blame for the Affirmative Action Fiasco?
By Hugh Murray

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Blumrosen was set upon "selectively enforcing" the civil rights act by using disparate impact theory and proportional representation only when it affected others. (More accurately, Blumrosen was "selectively malenforcing" the civil rights law, imposing quotas for
underrepresented blacks, using quotas to curb whites; for women, against men; but never for gentiles and against Jews.)

Of course, had the EEOC sought to restrict Jews as it has white men, the storm of protest would have cast "disparate impact" theory into the dustbin of history. Thus, the role of Blumrosen and his allies in the media, academia etc., was to create a false target - the "overrepresented," "privileged" and "oppressive" white male. According to the EEOC, the statistics proved just that. However, the statistics proved otherwise. The partial statistics used by Blumrosen were simply the effort to deflect criticism to another group instead of the one most overrepresented, privileged and oppressive - his own.

By not asking the religious question on the EEOC questionnaires, the EEOC created a scapegoat of the white male. Once smeared as "privileged" and "oppressive," the non-privileged, working-class and poor whites began to pay the price for the "moral" system of affirmative action by being legally discriminated against and denied equal opportunity.
http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Arch.../msg01689.html

More evidence that the "liberal" Jew's concern for social justice is a cover for ethnic warfare.

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Old February 10th, 2009 #62
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here is an amusing story I found on Jew lawyers

http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=2816356

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Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Updated: March 30, 6:15 PM ET
CBA coach Richardson suspended for remarks

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Former NBA All-Star Micheal Ray Richardson appeared to be getting his life back on track after his league suspension in 1986 for drug use. He was coaching in the Continental Basketball Association and had led his team, the Albany Patroons, to the playoffs. But as they say: What goes up, must come down.
The Patroons have suspended Richardson for the rest of the CBA championship series for comments made to the Albany Times Union on Tuesday.

Before Tuesdays game against the Yakima Sun Kings, Richardson made anti-Semitic comments to two reporters in his office when discussing the contract general manager Jim Coyne had offered him Monday to coach his team in the CBA and USBL.

"I've got big-time lawyers," Richardson said, according to the Times Union. "I've got big-time Jew lawyers."

When told by the reporters that the comment could be offensive to people because it plays to the stereotype that Jews are crafty and shrewd, he responded with, "Are you kidding me? They are. They've got the best security system in the world. Have you ever been to an airport in Tel Aviv? They're real crafty. Listen, they are hated all over the world, so they've got to be crafty."

And he continued, "They got a lot of power in this world, you know what I mean?" he said. "Which I think is great. I don't think there's nothing wrong with it. If you look in most professional sports, they're run by Jewish people. If you look at a lot of most successful corporations and stuff, more businesses, they're run by Jewish. It's not a knock, but they are some crafty people."

And the offensive remarks didn't stop there.

According to the Times Union, Richardson told a fan who heckled him early in Tuesday's game, "Shut the [expletive] up." And near game's end, he shouted at another heckler, "Shut the [expletive] up, you [derogatory term for gay men],"

Assistant Derrick Rowland will coach the Patroons for the reminder of the series. Richardson will not be allowed into the Washington Avenue Armory during practices or games.

"It's terrible and I don't think it's fair," Richardson told the Times Union regarding the suspension. "But I want to make an apology if I offended anyone because that's not me."

The Patroons released a statement apologizing for the coach's remarks.

"The Albany Patroons' organization sincerely apologizes to any individuals or ethnic groups that these alleged statements may have offended," the statement read.

The release also stated that the team and league "shall conduct a full and complete investigation as to the validity of these allegations. If these allegations are true, appropriate action will take place immediately."

Richardson, the fourth overall pick in the 1978 draft, is best known for an embattled NBA career that ended because of drugs. He joined the NBA out of Montana and played eight seasons with the New York Knicks, Golden State Warriors and New Jersey Nets. He was the subject of a 2000 film "What Happened to Micheal Ray?" documenting his troubled life.

In his second year, Richardson became only the second player in NBA to lead in both assists and steals. In 1986, the four-time NBA All-Star was banned for life after he violated the league's drug policy three times in what David Stern called "the hardest thing I've ever had to do as commissioner."

Richardson began his comeback in 1988, joining the ranks of ex-NBA players in European leagues where he played for 14 years. His right to play in the NBA was restored that year but he stayed in Italy, where he was a leading scorer and fan favorite.



Richardson failed two cocaine tests in 1991, though he disputed the results.
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Old June 8th, 2009 #63
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"The Talmudic Subversion of Common Law"
[Interesting comment at Occidental Dissent]

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“The Talmudic subversion of Common Law”

This is a subject rarely addressed by racialists across the spectrum from Linderites to Taylorites. Where can I find out more in layman’s language? I stumbled on this one day and it opened my eyes. Before i realized universities like harvard were getting endowed to create Talmudic law depts. I thought the dialoguing with the judiciary and gentile politicians (many of whom are lawyers) was being conducted by fringe Orthodox sects like the Lubavitschers. That’s not the case at all as seen here:

http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/Gruss/stone.html and here:

The new synthesis of Common law and Talmudic law is sometimes referred to as Communitarian law. Communitarianism is the watchword. Europeans are more familiar with it than Americans. The new French anti-Zionist pary started by Doudonne M’bala M’bala is the first anti-communitarian organization in the West. M’bala is a quadroon from Camaroon. Someone should get Kevin MacDonald, or E. Michael Jones to address this slow mutation of Common law from it’s emphasis on individual rights to it’s emphasis on what best serves the community (tribe). New “communities” are being defined daily by the NWO social engineers.

http://www.occidentaldissent.com/200...-day/#comments
 
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Probably the best source for the creeping ‘insertion’ of Talmudic concepts into the Law would be Michael Hoffman II. Check out his website:

http://www.revisionisthistory.org/index.html

However the Jews sort of operate as a ‘Law unto themselves’ and use the Talmud to justify any number of heinous activities for Jews and Jews alone to participate in and it is this Jewish Supremacist behavior that I was really referring to, however you are entirely correct that this stuff is creeping into the actual Laws of the land!!!! Yuck.
 
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Jews go around now giving "CLE" or continuing legal education to lawyers which establishes some kind of bullshit credibility in Talmudism as a species of legitimate legal ratiocination. I would call it fraudulent legalism at best, but what do I know.

Read up on how they try and twist the post-law-school minds just like they pretzel up the law students.

http://iatlaw.org/Default.aspx?link=category&cat_id=1

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The Institute of American and Talmudic Law IAT Law is a non-profit organization providing continuing legal education CLE to attorneys and other professionals.
IAT Law provides the most innovative and entertaining programs on a wide range of topics while comparing American and Talmudic Law.
This is about like the ADL or SPLC giving "intelligence briefings" to cops. Nothing but pure self promoting Jewish bullshit.
 
Old May 25th, 2013 #66
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This is a 2002 article; by this time "institutes," not mere courses, for the study of Jewish law and values exist in many law schools.

http://judaiclaw.org/TheJerusalemPostArticle.html

Jewish law institute launched in DC
By Janine Zacharia
Nov. 9, 2002

Jewish legal experts have created a new institute that will educate jurists and others about 2,000 years of Jewish law and promote the application of the teachings to contemporary legal disputes and other modern-day issues.

The launch of the Washington-based National Institute for Judaic Law was marked Tuesday night with a kosher dinner at the Supreme Court attended by 200 people, including three Supreme Court Justices - Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Stephen Breyer, and Antonin Scalia.

US President George W. Bush sent greetings and applauded the institute for promoting an "understanding of Judaism's rich tradition of legal thought."

"As we face new challenges and welcome new opportunities, our society must continue to promote good character and strong values. Through the study and teaching of Jewish law and philosophy you are contributing to a growing culture of service, citizenship, and responsibility in America," Bush wrote.

Scalia, in a letter to the institute's founder, Noson Gurary, wrote that "Jewish law is certainly one of the oldest and most highly developed systems" and explained why the comparative study of legal traditions was beneficial.

"The idea is to make Jewish law more accessible to everyone," said Washington lawyer Alyza Lewin. Both Lewin and her father Nathan Lewin are helping establish the institute.

Last year, Alyza Lewin filed a brief to the Supreme Court based on the Talmud's take on capital punishment when the court was readying to hear a case on the constitutionality of the electric chair.

"Legal scholars often like to know what other legal traditions have said about certain issues," said Alyza Lewin.

Filing that kind of opinion is only part of the institute's mandate.

It will also promote the teaching of Jewish law, develop curricula on Jewish law that can be integrated into traditional law school courses, and serve as a resource for anyone wanting to know what the vast Jewish legal tradition has to say on various issues.

The institute's first project, already underway, explores how Jewish law can be applied to modern-day issues surrounding corporate ethics, an idea spurred by the recent corporate scandals involving Enron and Worldcom.

Gurary, who teaches at the State University of New York at Buffalo, thought up the idea of the institute about nine months ago.

"By demonstrating the philosophy of Jewish law and its moral values, we can bring http://judaiclaw.org/TheJerusalemPostArticle.html

Jewish law institute launched in DC
By Janine Zacharia
Nov. 9, 2002

Jewish legal experts have created a new institute that will educate jurists and others about 2,000 years of Jewish law and promote the application of the teachings to contemporary legal disputes and other modern-day issues.

The launch of the Washington-based National Institute for Judaic Law was marked Tuesday night with a kosher dinner at the Supreme Court attended by 200 people, including three Supreme Court Justices - Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Stephen Breyer, and Antonin Scalia.

US President George W. Bush sent greetings and applauded the institute for promoting an "understanding of Judaism's rich tradition of legal thought."

"As we face new challenges and welcome new opportunities, our society must continue to promote good character and strong values. Through the study and teaching of Jewish law and philosophy you are contributing to a growing culture of service, citizenship, and responsibility in America," Bush wrote.

Scalia, in a letter to the institute's founder, Noson Gurary, wrote that "Jewish law is certainly one of the oldest and most highly developed systems" and explained why the comparative study of legal traditions was beneficial.

"The idea is to make Jewish law more accessible to everyone," said Washington lawyer Alyza Lewin. Both Lewin and her father Nathan Lewin are helping establish the institute.

Last year, Alyza Lewin filed a brief to the Supreme Court based on the Talmud's take on capital punishment when the court was readying to hear a case on the constitutionality of the electric chair.

"Legal scholars often like to know what other legal traditions have said about certain issues," said Alyza Lewin.

Filing that kind of opinion is only part of the institute's mandate.

It will also promote the teaching of Jewish law, develop curricula on Jewish law that can be integrated into traditional law school courses, and serve as a resource for anyone wanting to know what the vast Jewish legal tradition has to say on various issues.

The institute's first project, already underway, explores how Jewish law can be applied to modern-day issues surrounding corporate ethics, an idea spurred by the recent corporate scandals involving Enron and Worldcom.

Gurary, who teaches at the State University of New York at Buffalo, thought up the idea of the institute about nine months ago.

"By demonstrating the philosophy of Jewish law and its moral values, we can bring a little beacon of light in this world," Gurary said.

"I think this is what we need now, in this day and age."
," Gurary said.

"I think this is what we need now, in this day and age."
 
Old May 25th, 2013 #67
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Kevin MacDonald has written several articles about Jewish over-representation in higher education, not through merit, but through networking. This is the TOO Elena Kagan archive. The first article was entitled Elena Kagan: Jewish Ethnic Networking Eases the Path of a Liberal/Leftist to the Supreme Court.

Various articles on the new composition of the Supreme Court can be found, among them, this from the New York Times The Triumphant Decline of the WASP.
 
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